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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 16 December 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SKRIKS.VOL. 6. HI0. IS. ST. CLAIBSVILLB, OHIO, FRIDAY, BRCEJIBRR Id, 188, U110LB NO. 844 . . . - ' , , . A i THK BELMONT CHKONICLfi, ruatiatrtTi trtnr rnAT iwOt BY B Rt COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN 8T. A ftew door wot ofMnrleti Street tf.k u" or ausscairTion. If pal wltliin three rooriUie, llffij If Mid after thattime. . -- ...JF Paper. SleeoiUlnuel onlr a h PH" ""' while arrearaze are due. Tiam oMBvrTHisn. f.,ch .quere, (U I"1" " !".)" WW, 1.W Btrerr additional ImerlKm, jaS .Yearly adyertUemanta out commit, Sfi Half column, ,;'JJj Quarter column, rrafenional card. 3ier annum. . , JjyAII letter. aidrped to llit editor (hull oe paid t Inaure attention.,' J THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Sutwerilperewho do not live eiprew nonce w mm centr.r y , art soneidereU is Wlshtaslo continue their aub. tPf'iItibaerlbra order the ttHicoMlnUance or their pa rlodleali.tlie pttbll.here may tontlntie to tend them un- Ut...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 16 December 1853

rcu'd not we by iniir perseverance aur essd in establish ing yeod one! And M this Moment, when we that there i not one sen sible end well informed man in the country, whether Whig or Democrat, who believes in the wisdom or practicability of the law as it now stands, we see all submitting to it, snd the Whig party seem afraid to throttle the monster and to crush ita enormities. But something more of this Sub-treasury here after. "Let os take up these measures for which we have contended for twenty years, one by one, and see if any good rcsson exists for bsndoning them. If upon fsir trial they ahall hare prosed to be injurious to the pub lic good, let them go; but surely no sane man can be convinced of their injurious tendency because we cannot always retsin the power of the Government in our own hands; and I night here remark that if the people are sup posed to have decided against them in 1844 and 1852, they as surely decide! in their favor in 1840 and 1848, and are most likely to d...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 16 December 1853

Buta. Mut V. havt to record most braul mordor of on of our ritlians, Mr. Albxardik Oabd i , who for unjr year hss rrnicM Id the Ant ward. Mr. rdo hiving a farm on the Ohio shore, n short alstsnce above Siateriville, had been to Woodsfield paying hia taxcaon Saturday,- and on Sunday vas returning with a number of hii neighbora on horieback. When the party reached Miliar'- Run, and were two or three milee from the river, a portion of them rode on at a britk pace, leaving Garden in company with a man named Henry Craig, & another man who was tnuch intoxicated Gardeb remarked that he would eooa overtake them. When the men in advan-i re readied the river they waited for some time, I andGarden not coming up, they returned and found him lying dead on the ground, weltering in blood, with his skull horribly beaten and mangled by blow from a tone. Craig was lying on the body, and the other man, whose name we did not ascertain, on the ground near by, with the bridle of one of the. Tlorses o...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 16 December 1853

HUMOR. W cot le following clever "hit" from the Buffalo Commercial: We we "tight" on nr-vr boot again thia j week. Erie Paper. WbM rnnrning dwniliM''il. liar warrior to the siauderd flocked, An ther nierrhed Itti dreadful IrewB, T ha gan and not th man nr cocked. Hal ho IhegMimr shades of night ail closed o'er Erie's vllnt ons, No stomal It had they Tor tha right, M m May vara cocked, and not the uw. VoTt for Him! Lew ia, thn fun loving editor of theN. M. ' Union," (saya en -change.) la a candidate for the legialatrire. In the laat tiRmbrf of hi paper he published a eiTcnUr tobia fellow-ciiieens of tight coiumns. Whereupon bo aaye: It may be asked why I write ao long n circular. An anecdote will illuatrate my an wer. Once upon a time an old lady aent her grandson out to eel a turkey, On his re turn the following dialogue took place: "Sammy, hnvc you act herl" "Yea, grandma." "Fixed the nest all up neatly 1" "Mighty fine, grundma." "How may eggs did you put under hr!" "One hundred an...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 January 1854

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. ' I AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. fc- . - - ; - ; - - - ' '- L - - - - i - n , . i.i- NBW SHWBS.-yOfc. . NO. 15. .4 ST. CLIIUTILLl. till, FMIUT. MM , m. ft'MLI M. IC '-' miles. Tins part oi mo I " THB BELMONT CHRONICLE,; rrni.lHHMi EVERT miDAY Itoltltiao, , nv b. n. cowen. OFFICE OnT SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A few doora wcit of Ittnrlolla Street TKIHI OF SCSSOirTIOH. iteal.1 wltM three months, 'M tZTyVtoo of the Miter, while errearagee ere du'' terms oraovxaTisiMti. ltcii square, (llllr.ee r Ie",) 'hree '' 'Ij very eaaiiloiiallneeriloii, g.0W Veariy arfvertiaeruenuene c.lumH, ej. Hair column, )juc Quarter column, rroltMiontl ears. S per u t u ,id l0 jfj-AII tsttere tiMruKil to tht editor mu.t oe r1" "1 Insure tteallen.OI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. eroeren them nl.conlu.iie.l. without in THE CARRIER'S ADDRESS TO THE PATRONS OF THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. JANUARY, 1st, 1854. T a tin Hilly night hour, and deep iliailowi lie tr mou. tain and Tale, o'er...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 January 1854

rty took place at 10 o'clock. At 12A'elock I all was quiet in t'io vicinity (' the Station i Hojse. p PARIS. PARIS. [Correspondence of the N. Y. Evening Post.] PARIS. [Correspondence of the N. Y. Evening Post.] PARIS, November 30, 1853. The report rfthe British B oara of Trade I for the tirat urne months of, the current year ) exhibits the following import ol grain into! Great Britain: 'i'oul S.802,7.14 cwt. ol Hour; 3770,921 qurs. of wheal; and 3,332, 37 bbls. of othet groin. (Averting the Hour into wheat, makes nn import of 6,131,643 frs. ol Wheat, which, added to olg.or grain, makes a total ol 8,454, 130 qr. for nine months. Oi wheat snd flour united, (w hich arc ol j C ' value,) the proportion supplied. By the U. S, was Jo per cent, and oilier grain, fi per cent. By Russia 15 do 17 do lly Tu-key &. eg) pt 14 do 34 do Russia and Turkey together furnished ol wheat anil flour, 29 percent.; and of other grain, 50 per cent. Wallarhiu and M lldavls lone furnished of this, 1,673,34...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 January 1854

Farmers Club. I It is iiitci.dnl to form a Ptmtr'l Club in the town of Si. Clairaville. The olijoct I understood to be to collect and disseminate s ' knowledge ol Farming by Ksayi, addresses discussions die, Fsrmcr think well of this, a!" this is taken hold of with" spirit, it will afford opportunities of improvomrnl, and , usefulness, that cannot be realised from any other sourer. Probably our farmers have all become convinced that a knowledge of whtit acience has done fur the sgriculturim, is im portant to be known to the practical furmcr. How much would be ginned by those cnroj;ed in cultivating the soil, by u diligent npplieu-1 tion of the more improved modi's of funning, should be considered. Tin re is really no' longer a doubt but what the quantity of farm products in our State might, at leu-!, be doubled by the best modes of culture, ami ; with a much less proportional increase of labor, and expense. What is wanted among farmers, especially, is a fumiliiirity With im portant ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 January 1854

STATE OP OHIO, BELMONT COUN TY, SH CiMtri of Common Deal - Jon Am aiea t: Ilea r. 'i..rk, Petition. Tit aail .n-r. , i :!, Ilu.li r. War, will lalte nnttf that ei the .f,imev n Decm rr. , D. John Mi anW, TUmtt ti'f.l in-i I'f'iimn hi Hip i mtri nf Tom ricu ot aM r.-mur Mttiu forth thai Ui II nth f. Clara tt J itti v owinf him tl e Mm nf $MU with In teraat ftaia ih ihdy of Marrh, . D IW ilia "it. torn ia daa t l o n . on promiaaorr note nf the aairl ilrfona-il An'f eieruteil on en iniivf March, and that tho (t umi rat in art! t bi or aeirt Court will aak InT-ina it for the arnojut a orraaid with liiierett aa aforiMatrt. Th eai. dofonrlant ia rrqnirrd tn anafrrr M nition n or tror thf flrat dav or the neit term ot aid Court, r J i dement will I taken againat Mm. M1LLLR l UVNINCTOV, ( aii ror rr.r. 1 Jonw T1. I'luii, Clerk. WC. lit h, 1,1 1 Ifin riLI.S FOR CKNT8. Dh. JL TOU VHRMi'r- IIKAI.TM .11.1,1, are be tng oellea, fur from ail part of Hit) I mid; tiny arc raiitill l'i;.Mr!i i-iil ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 January 1854

THE BELMONT CHRO NIC LE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. WW fflM.-M. 6. W. 1$. W. fMIRHH IP. AfflA. PBIWT. JMIJIT IS, 1X54. ifl 0 LB W. SIS THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED KVkttV FRIPAT MOKNINO, BY D R. COW EN. 'OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. 4 few dors west of lllitricitn Street rr.ii m or sussoairTloll. I r paid within three months, 19 'ntV,!u.'onIy at ,h. option .fib. While rrerl" Ire &' TIMHOHOTMTI1IKI1. gKx limniri., (II ImM or .) '"' w"k "'J? h'Mitwi Insertion, ,rtisi.u on- ,uo"'' SS r column. KB";. editor .... be p.ld Uehtiou .' ; LAW OF NEWSPAPRRS. "SAr , who (to not lve !'- ' s 8 ' " ftaCM wUhout nv ferra'n "h"nWiher..ml Ihe perioiliea sire Mill to i, wS'vvrtoun i LTi. nom the office, or ramOVtol end leavins them POETRY. OLD HOMESTEAD. BOur old blown homcBtcad reaied its walls From the wayside dust aloof; -a Wh. ro the apple Injur s could almost cast Their fruitage on its root; &' And the cherry tree so m ar it grew, Mi- That w h n nwnU I've ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 January 1854

COMMUNICATIONS. Correspondence of the Chronicle. WASHINGTON CITY. The Clayton and Bnlwer Treaty, which waa before the Senate laat winter, is agiin before that body, with sundry -letter, which had pasred between the deAultgtic. tgrnte of our Government, and that oftSrcat Britain relative to its construction. There ia, in an ImpreJr particular, a decided conflict of opinion bitwcen the two Governments, that n eat Wtibaraes the relatione, tnrl intercourse between them more, or less. Mr. Clayton, who on Ob pari of the U. State conducted the negotiations, v. hich hnd to the Treaty, laat prirg in the Senate expressed his opin ion on the point in dispute. I am not aware that any Senator, or any member of the cabinet differs from him. Our Government ia not likely to change ita Ground. On the fact of Great Britain, there aeema to be a determination to act in conformity with the con, 'ruction there placed on it. On the 10th list., Gen. Cass is to be heard in the Senate on the subject, and an ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 January 1854

'iimy capital Id the United Stat), awl in IjJhabel lea I table of all the counties, eo thai the poaition of any county rnoy be roadily found oh the map. The agent (or this map ia now in the County and will wait on our citizens with 'copy of it; we apeak for him a courteoua re-coption. A fire almost. The tipscling of Phosgene gaa Lamp in our office on Monday -evening caused considerable fright, and we vrry narrowly eacaped having our office en tirely consumed. We managed, in the abience of water, to smother the fire out with our greatcoat, and the only injury sus tained wee to hat hair and handa. We ahall be more cautious in future about uaing such an Inflammable material. OCrWe clip the following from the towa Weekly Observer, Publiahed at JMt. Pleasant, Henry Co. Iewa: Capt. H. J. Howard, of Rt. Clairaville Belmont county, Ohio, en old editor and printer has bought land in Canaan township, and is going to pursue the much more pleasant end independent pursuit farming. We welcome him...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 January 1854

the divclonnrc ol facts, unknown t tiie lime r trial, eweeonealedctibt ho been created In relation to the juatice of the sentence. The Court re restrained in mnr esses, from fixing th term or confinement in the Penitentiary underthree years, and this is not uafrequently n.ade the ground of an applica tion to the Exocotrt the end of one or two years I would eilgfeat modification of the law in this particular, ao as to authorize the judge to aentence for a shorter period. Permit me in connection with thia subject to call your attention to the rery large nuni berof juveniles now confined in this institu tion. Comideration of sound policy, as well as ef human ly, create strong doubts in my saind as to the propriety of the present sys tem of punishing this elsssoT deliiiqin.'ii a. Offenses committed by boys are usually the result ol idleness, Improper sssocintiom, anil the absence of proper parent! care. They are very different in degree and moral turpitude, from those of the dolibcrato ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 January 1854

f ) ex . I I , THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. I AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. I NEW SKRIBS. VOIj. 6. NO. !7. ST. ILllRSmiB. OTIIO FIUIHY. JIMiRV 20, 1851 WUOLI SI. W t . , 1 , THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, TUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MnRHIRO, BY U. H. COW EN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A few doors xvest ol Mm ei. Sired TKRMfl or SUBSCRirTION. If nkiil willlill"lree'nnlltl"' m Wliil .rrer.rif TtiuisorAOVKnTimNo. I fc.ch .n. ( "" " ""') IX we'k' ' W , Kery additional I""""0"' ,.. tWH) Yrlv advertlenicl,uun column, "w m Hull column, 15.IHI ; Uiirtr column, ..., tf9SSUmSSJXS editor n,u.t to paid !imurciiiloii.QI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. f S. H "U1'","11" "c'' UhIcli "hey uro durclcd, tliry ordered them ",c,'"ll""r, m 0,, ,,larri Without In 4 K,UCri;r,h" 3 tl" "i.Vir.l.arc .en. 10 forming h pi v r. urid rianIM . ! ! I POETRY. For the Chronicle. Lines Written on New Years Eve. Another year tuny bring lull many a change , j ( Hope that are brightest now, may set In gloom, - The warm...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 January 1854

t onaists of twtv companies of arlillory under i Col. Burton, snd Lieut. Btonemsn'a com- r piny of dragoons, nil nl the Mission of Sa : Diego, about ten mi lea from the Mexicsn ter- t ritorv. iml one hundred from Encinada. At Fort Yuma, there arc three companies of the 3d infantry, now about to bo relieved from I that post, and they may be soon on their i march to Bta Diego, should the Government lake any active steps to interfere in lliia matter. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. Eighth of January Convention at Columbus. COLUMBUS, Jan. 7, 1854. The grand annual pow-wow of thw De mo :rary" came off here to-day. It was a rich afair, hut I fear I have neither ability nor lime to do it justice. The Convention was a pretty fi.ll o.ie, and waa permanently organised by the appoint ment of Judge Uirchsrd President, ar.d the usual number of Vice Presidents, and Serretu tiea. This Aonor wbs perhaps, Intended to compensate the ex-Supreme Judge...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 January 1854

Bar- ! kay a cheek to her energies an impediment to her of making uie of lhoc mesne of defen se which every political consideration points out to her is the most availing end the most essential. It is, in fact, nothing else thnn the prsclicle nisursnco that, in esse of suc cess, Turkey should bo prevented from reap ing such fruits of her victories as would finally settle the great Oriental question, open (or more than u century;snd incase of defeat, to make her die not like a hero, by a glorious death, but to pine away in consump tion, brought upon her by slowly but certain ly killing diplomatic negotiations. The fallacies of this false situation are re sulting from the want of sufficient reflection upon the real nature of the struggle between Turkey and Russia. The Holy Shrine (lis Graek Church, the osyluin afforded to Hun garian and Polish exiles, the wounded person-1 si dignity of the Czar, and oil petty consider ations of a similar kind, have nothing in the world to do with the ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 January 1854

"There shall be time no Longer." BY REV. D. TRUEMAN. OVr the tintravellnl nliyse ol eh-ioso nml night. The mandate of Mercy sprrail lirauty nnd light; Tlie pianola looked out from lot ir wi ll-ordered ap'ierea, V And Time started forth on his circuit of years. (lad ohomii'E r.r heart) in the Cheruhiin's plaee, As he dashed otl alone through Uio reulnis ol, apace; With eed nnd with atcM to sow and 10 reap. O'er the iinfurrowed hreasi of Iniiiriiv'e dec p Through the bluo depths above he travels unseen, ltjr the arched palace-door of italics silvery queen; And the fx autumn star"! ihnt his shadow com-i-iils, Ughl tin it lamps by tlie Ipalka from lii. Brtot" wheels. Changes, how vn.t ord how vnricil forsooth, Have chequered iliis world tiuco Time wua a youth, Ere the sunlight of BIN was crowd Iy a cloud, Or the lordol creation lay cold in hi-i-hiowll EN the rnp'tm I el life Wtfi I Dtlirined In I btt ih, Vt the winds and thu ac tin -p-lreightcil with death; Or man's hi: tut) tokened v. ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 27 January 1854

4 m THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SMtlBS.-M. 6. NO. 8. ST. flHRSVIU,P. OHIO. FIIMT. JMUT 27, M. flttll' !T M THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, rUBLISHCD EVERY FHHAT MORHIKG, DY B. CUWEN. OFFICE ON NUKTII SIDE OF MAIN ST. A Ifcw door vet or idnrletm llfMl If MM within thre months, MiH wh.lo arrearas "' TCftUS orDVrTlINO. fetch KW (11 IIMI or If",) Hum we, 1 Ery additional inwrlion, B Ysarlyadvartiaeinaniioiia column, ji no Half column, Quarter column, rroftntnonal cants 3 per annum. jEJP'AH teMn ad.lre.ir-d 10 lli. editor n.uit be paid 10 Inanra attention Oil s THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. I, Bubneriberswlio do nut fiva aiprtia notice to the contrary, ara cumldered aa ihintocuuiinuctheir tub- ''i'fauWrlheri order the dincoiiiinuance of their pe- rloriieala.tha publiahera may continue to acrid them un til all arrearaaei are paid. . 3 If auhncriliera neglect or refuic to take their period ical's from the ofllcea to which they are directed, they are held...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 27 January 1854

cold, fcrmrni, is much a part of the still wintry landscape it the whitened rock and shrouded Ireeson the hill-side Above. COMMUNICATIONS. Correspondence of the Chronicle. WASHINGTON CITY. Mr. Disney, member from Cincinnati, has spoken upon the resolution ol thanketo Capt. Ingraham, Willi ability, nnd freedom that command njuih reepeev It teems tihave been very generally airreeri that Capt Infreham, la the matter ! Koeta acted epvn anggestioii ol" American consul ML and we, in fact, but lh gBt by wlatofcibepnrpoieeol Mr. Urown nN ef- feci.-d. While H"- " ,,f frtunl, are du to Capt- 1. for Ins bftttlj an I fi RMC In di.cb.rg,. r a delicti duty, ami If) t.o lindiction ol an important principle, it w.ml.l sm thsl they were "itully due .he officer who directed bis movemeot. Senator Dixon irom Kentucky, has proponed .., amendment to tti Nebraska Territory Mil cxircs.ly repealing the Missouri compronti Tn.-. proposiiion cufJKM l oin I Senator from lift MaM tUt, whOM Representative Bt. gma...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 27 January 1854

The following are ental)lihprt weighte Of esrioue snides of produce anil the rates by ' Vrlii h they pllguld be bought and suld. A btiahel ol wheat, sixty ponnda. Of ehelled corn, filly-nix pounds. Of tforn on the cob, seventy pounds. Of rye, fifty-six pound. Of oats, thirty-tlirce pounds. Of burl. 7, forty-oi(ht pounds, Of potatoes, sixty pounds. Of beans, sixty pounds. Of brtui, twenty pounds. Of clover seed, sixty-lour pounds Of timothy seed, forty-five pounds, Of flax seed fifty six pouuda. OI hemp-seed lorty-four pounds. Of buckwheat lilty two pounds. Of blue grass seed, fourteen pound. Of castor beans, forty-six pouuds. Of dried peaches, thirty three pounds. Of dried apples, twenty four pound. Of onions, fifty-seven pounds. . Of salt, fifty pounds. Conviction and Sentence of Parks. : We copy from the Akron Btacon an account of the closing pcrnes in the trial of the imir derer, Harks. We learn that although tin jury took some six hours to examine the vol-; nminous testimony in ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 27 January 1854

READINGS FOR THE FARMER. A '.retire rn Itlr Tiie. y of Yyitullon, wh delivered" in New York, I fat Safe un", by Proitrsor Mates. Tha following report of it will he rend with interest by all Intelli gent tillers of the a "My subject in n iliffiflilt onf to meet 1 forea mixed nurlienee, su its lo hi iki: il nei ther SS prii-ilflo uni t '' coiiit.iI. 1 will elai prifciplr., illustrate tlieni by s.nie enrcilotcs. The crops of on ynr furni3li (lie ra,v ma toriiil fur the creation ol '(hat ol t lie next.-Nopurtli-l" of matter cm em be annihilated. For example: 05 percent of tlic !ry materia! of every vejetibis rvh ir: ; :hoit,!i ihtffne table lis dtcMHtotfd tht i-jiBon ,-i nut loat, but pervades the gtmeajilierr aa eirbotilc at ill pita. We eist lol at the ttni)llrt ns Nature's great antrre- iuw. Let ua trace back thia i a-b n in' the ft gt table1. The rniainirij U per rent, contains several DOB UUMnUt tnett of tben mtnertli Thtra ore in nature elite-three siip ;'. element.-, W l.r a we k...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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